Orders were given for Jackson to follow on the direct line of retreat, also Magruder and huger.
huger lifted him up and then started off to recover the horse.
huger and Bollman soon released their officer and both mounted the remaining horse.
What is huger or more formidable in appearance than the elephant?
Eight o'clock—nine o'clock—ten—passed, and there was no sound of huger's guns.
Magruder and huger, too, had duties of no insignificant character to perform.
Mr. huger said it was unnecessary at this time to take into view the old arguments that had been urged.
As he brooded, the vision of Dyckman's money grew huger and huger.
huger, who let Alston have it, enjoined him not to let it go out of his hands.
He's simply going to do the Vicarage again, but on a huger scale.
mid-12c., apparently a shortening of Old French ahuge, ahoge "extremely large, enormous; mighty, powerful," itself of uncertain origin. Expanded form hugeous is attested from early 15c. Related: Hugeness.